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Non JBL w/Nav Rear Speaker Voltage

Im to troubleshoot my system. Could anyone please tell me the output voltage I should be seeing for my left and right rear door speakers (+ & -)?

I have a non JBL with Nav.
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There is no "set" voltage that speakers should see. They'll see voltage when they need to play sound.
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There is no "set" voltage that speakers should see. They'll see voltage when they need to play sound.
Im referring to the voltage (possibly range) I should be seeing if I test the speakers incoming wire.

for more information Im troubleshooting a powered sub that taps into the rear door speaker wires.
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that's a really odd way to set up a subwoofer. it should be on it's own channel and not adjustable based off the front/rear fade of the head unit
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that's a really odd way to set up a subwoofer. it should be on it's own channel and not adjustable based off the front/rear fade of the head unit
This is a powered sub so not a standard setup (Kicker HS8) but thank you for the response.
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